Any conference worth its salt needs a nice long list of sponsors to give the impression of widespread diverse support for whatever the conference organisers are advocating, writes freelance journalist and blogger Graham Readfearn.
Is a scientist who adopts a fake identity in order to get information from a group that actively works to discredit the science a hero or a villain? The Heartland leak poses interesting questions.
Controversial US think tank the Heartland Institute has sent legal letters to bloggers and writers who reported on the release of the leaked Heartland Institute documents last week.
Leaked documents from the conservative climate change denier think tank Heartland Institute reveal that a very powerful and wealthy donor has donated US$13.7 million since 2006, writes Amber Jamieson.
Leaked documents from a US think-tank which denies the risks of climate change show links to an Australian academic and detail a strategy to pursue funds from corporations affected by climate policies. Graham Readfearn reports.
There's no partyroom secrets when Cory Bernardi's on tour, as he gives the US Heartland Institute the good oil on Malcolm Turnbull's many faults and how he personally saved Australia from an ETS.